Martin Bell (skier)

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Martin Bell (born 6 December 1964, at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus) is a former British World Cup alpine ski racer.

Bell was educated at George Watson's College in Edinburgh and the Stams Schigymnasium in Austria. He competed in four Winter Olympics from 1984 to 1994, placing eighth in the downhill at the 1988 Games in Calgary, Canada - the best result for a male skier from the U.K. in Olympic history.

He also competed at five World Championships from 1985 to 1993. Martin Bell and his brother, Graham Bell were the two most successful British skiers in the 1980s and 1990s.

Bell now lives near Big Sky, Montana, U.S.A. He has a wife named "Laura Bell", and one daughter named "Reece Bell" who was born in 2001. Reece Bell is a junior ski racer and aims to follow in her father's footsteps.

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